Contemporary, stylish and residing in a much sought-after Bukit Bintang locale, this serviced apartment hotel is just steps away from shopping, restaurants, entertainment and hawker cuisine. Intimate studios and plush one and two bedroom apartments feature ample living spaces and are well equipped with a kitchenette, while some also possess laundry facilities. Guests can stay for a week, or a month, and take advantage of the quality facilities available, including two outdoor pools, a calming hot tub and sauna.
Why we recommend the Parkroyal Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpar
- Stylish hotel in central location
- Near shopping, dining and entertainment
- Boutique studios and spacious apartments
- Two outdoor pools, hot tub and sauna
- Children’s play area
Attractions near the Parkroyal Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpar
Jade in all its glory
Jade has held a place of cultural significance in civilisations all over the world. For thousands of years jade has been sought after by ancient Egyptians, the dynasties of China and the Maoris of New Zealand.
The Jade Museum of Kuala Lumpur presents this beautiful gemstone in all of its forms. The Museum has a vast collection of artefacts from a range of countries, continents and historical periods. You can marvel at the array of decorative items and learn about the varieties of jade, which comes in a range of colours. Many people believe that jade brings luck, so you never know what might happen after your visit.
A remarkable Hindu temple
The intricately designed Sri Mahamariamman temple is the oldest operating Hindu temple in Malaysia, dating back to 1873. It’s also the richest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur. The building takes the unique shape of a reclining human. At the foot end is a brightly coloured five-story tower called the Gopuram.
Each tier of the tower features imposing gateways, with more than 200 sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses adorning the exterior. Inside the temple you can find frescos and murals, and also catch a glimpse of a large silver chariot, which is used to carry important Hindu religious statues to Batu Caves during the festival of Thaipusam.